Acquisition, Corporate News Analysis: Apple Inc, Bank of America, Intel Corporation, Merck & Co, Globalstar

   Acquisition, Corporate News Analysis: Apple Inc, Bank of America, Intel
                     Corporation, Merck & Co, Globalstar

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NEW YORK, November 11, 2013

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Market Buzz Report, one of the leaders in providing daily penny stocks news
and alert, issues critical research analysis for Apple Inc. (NASDAQ: AAPL),
Bank of America Corp (NYSE: BAC), Intel Corporation (NASDAQ: INTC), Merck &
Co., Inc. (NYSE: MRK), Globalstar, Inc. (OTCQB: GSAT).

Bloomberg reports Apple Inc.(NASDAQ:AAPL) plans to release iPhones featuring
4.7" and 5.5" displays, as well as "glass that curves downward at the edges,"
in 2H14. Apple is also reportedly thinking of integrating "sensors that can
distinguish heavy or light touches on the screen" in subsequent models; this
suggests the inclusion of advanced haptic feedback tech.

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There have been plenty of reports indicating Apple is looking to offer one or
more iPhones with a larger display next year, as it tries to address soaring
demand for phones with larger displays. Demand for such phones, along with a
mix shift towards cheaper smartphones, has been pressuring Apple's European
and Asian smartphone shares.

Samsung and LG both recently unveiled phones with curved (OLED) screens, but
initial volumes have been limited. Proponents of the idea have argued a curved
large-screen phone is easier to grip, and offers a greater field of view.
Samsung (SSNLF, SSNGY) says it plans to offer phones with foldable displays in
about two years. The inclusion of haptic feedback tech within future iPhone
would be a positive for haptic IP developer Immersion (IMMR). Immersion's
shares once took off on a rumor (proven unfounded) the 3rd-gen iPad would
feature haptic tech developed by Finland's Senseg.

The U.S. government is seeking the maximum penalty allowed under the law from
Bank of America Corp (NYSE:BAC) in connection with a Countrywide loan program
dubbed "Hustle." As its name implies, the program was designed "to speed the
production and sale of loans to mortgage-finance firms Fannie Mae and Freddie
Mac," WSJ says. "The nature and circumstances of Defendants' conduct
demonstrates an unyielding and brazen arrogance," a court filing alleges. The
government wants $864M in penalties.

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Here's a BAC spokesman: "We believe the filing overstates the volume of loans
and appropriate measure of damages."

Merck & Co., Inc.(NYSE:MRK) says MK-7243, its sublingual allergy immunotherapy
tablet, performed better than placebo over the course of the grass pollen
season. "Patients exhibited significant improvement in common allergy
symptoms," a study investigator says. Results on TCS (the sum of of the
rhinoconjunctivitis daily symptom score and the daily medication score
averaged): MK-7243 group demonstrated a 23% improvement versus placebo (P<
.001). The FDA is reviewing MRK's BLA for the tablets.

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Intel Corporation (NASDAQ:INTC) has acquired Kno, a creator and seller of
digital textbooks that can be viewed through mobile, Web, and Windows apps.
Terms are undisclosed; with Kno having raised $73M to date, odds are the price
tag is in nine figures. Kno's platform allows publishers to convert standard
digital textbooks into interactive titles sporting features such as flash
cards, quizzes, and embedded instructional videos, as well as a dashboard that
keeps track of reading activity. Intel points out now, which competes with
Amazon, Apple, and Google's e-textbook offerings, offers 225K titles via 75

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Though acquiring a digital textbook seller is off the beaten path for Intel,
the chip giant does sell home-grown tablets and notebooks meant for the
education market, as well as an education-focused software suite.

Shares of Globalstar, Inc.(OTCQB: GSAT) have been gaining momentum over the
past few weeks amid news flow. On Nov 4, 2013, the company had won regulatory
review of its proposal to let mobile devices use airwaves now set aside for
satellite service, potentially increasing the value of the spectrum it

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The U.S. Federal Communications Commission issued a notice on Nov. 1 saying it
will consider rules Globalstar requested last year, according to a posting on
the agency's Website. A final decision on the request by the Covington,
Louisiana-based satellite company depends on votes under new FCC Chairman Tom
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